The Power of Witchcraft among the Kenyan Akamba



This invaluable work was borne out of deep concern for challenges facing believers in the Church amongst the Kamba as well as many communities in Africa where the author has ministered over the years. Having served in the Africa Inland Church (AIC) since 1976 in various capacities, the writer has extensive exposure to the issues and needs of the church among the Kamba and African context. He is keenly aware of how spiritual growth of individual believers and the Church have been greatly hampered by the practice of witchcraft in its various levels and manifestation. The reader will find this material refreshingly surprising, informative, inspiring, and very educative. It will provide insight and equip church workers with skills which have been lacking hitherto for counseling, teaching and equipping the saints for the work of ministry. Read this book studiously. Read it again. Then give copies to your Pastors, Churches, Bible Schools and Christian Colleges. This is a must read for everyone involved in Christian ministry, counselors, teachers, community and social workers, medical workers and definitely every pastor and minister of the Gospel.

Matthews Kalola Mwalw’a is the current Senior Pastor of AIC Milimani, Nairobi, Kenya, a position he has held since 2004. He is also a youth camp and youth conference speaker. Mwalw’a has served the Africa Inland Church since 1973 in various capacities such as youth pastor, assistant pastor, and senior pastor. For 15 years, he served as the Senior Chaplain of Daystar University, Kenya. Apart from being a board chair for Youth For Christ for 10 years, Mwalw’a is a dedicated servant of the Lord and serves in the Ministry of Healing and Biblical Counselling and The Vanguard Intercessory Ministry. He is married to Janet K. Mwalw’a with whom they have been blessed with two daughters and a son.


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